Shopping for wedding invitations requires patience and the experience of a reputable stationer. While it is best to work with a qualified stationer in your neighborhood, many decide to make an online purchase – even though there are inherent risks. For this reason, we strongly recommend Crane & Co. if you are searching for a high quality wedding invitation and a good online shopping experience you might take into account. You won’t be disappointed.
Crane & Co., one of the oldest and most renowned manufacturers of fine stationery and customized wedding invitations, recently released their new wedding and reception invitation album entitled: Volume I, Invitations and Announcements. Now available at Crane retailers in high quality stationery dealers throughout the United States, Crane’s new wedding invitation samples, wedding invitations and save the date invites merge the traditional Crane design and style quality with some completely new modern day wrinkles for all those in search of something leading edge.
Even though Crane’s outstanding engraving differentiates them from the majority of wedding and reception invitation printing companies, their particular new wedding and reception album also provides sample wedding invitations along with announcements in letterpress, blind embossing as well as online digital printing in a comprehensive new variety of design and style alternatives at various price points that are bound to attract a large cross-section of wedding partners.
Several of the more distinguishing highlights of their new release are probably the assortment of new digital selections. For example it has an appealing innovative save the date card which features a photo of Venice (seems like a destination wedding) or might also include a picture of the bridal couple.
Also, digital images is used quite effectively in applying a monogram to pocket folders. While I am not pleased that several of the sample invitations have monograms featuring the wedding initials of the wedding couple (should just be used when they are officially married), the craftspeople at Crane haven’t dropped their edge when producing some breathtaking wedding invitations.
Crane & Co. sells online but I encourage you to visit a qualified stationery retailer in your area to receive expert advice and see and touch ”real” wedding invitations samples in hues that are not deformed by low resolution Internet images. Trust me, it makes a huge difference and also you might save some money by discussing options using an seasoned stationer.
Sheila P. May
Thérèse Saint Clair